Cookies, Coming Out, and Compliments

Free Cookies, learning about LGBTQ+ community, and receiving compliments… what’s better than that? Nothing! It was such a fun event! Lots of cookie decorating. The “Coming Out” Star activity was a big eye opener to what the LGBTQ+ community may go through when they are coming out to their friends, family, community, and job and how it can also effect their dreams. It was heart breaking to see how several people lost their family and friends. Though it was an emotional activity, we ending on a positive note with complimentary compliments. Everyone wrote compliments around you and it is amazing on all the positive things people say about you.

~Nicole Haller



Tie dye-versity

Feel free to come down with white t-shirts or socks or anything white that you want to tie dye! We are tie-dying in celebration of diversity week and national coming out day on October 11th! You can tie dye for free then proudly wear your pride on October 11th. You can come tie dye in the classroom downstairs till 4pm. Please feel free to stop by!
~Ryan and Nicole

Truths about Stereotypes

This event was a great time to sit and discuss the Stereotypes that we hear commonly. We had Dr. King, Adam Iserman, and Becky Hagle come and facilitate the discussion. We were given that chance to discuss stereotypes involving race and people from different parts of the country. We were able to learn the truth behind them and how some of them could have been created. Thanks to all who came out and enjoyed Jimmy John’s and talk!

~Nicole and Ryan

Sex in the Dark

When people are uncomfortable with talking about sexuality, this event allowed open communication between the opposite sex. It was a great opportunity to talk about sexuality and ask questions that most people don’t want to ask! Thanks to all who came out and supported Diversity week! 

~Nicole Haller

Resume Builder

Shoutout to all who came out! I really hope you got all the questions you wanted answered!

If you didn’t make it, this is what happened, three members from the Career and Professional Development Office came to Rountree Commons to talk to us about cover letters, resumes, and the career fair. They gave a small talk about each of those topics and then took each of our resumes and editted them. They gave some great advice on format, dos and don’ts and so much more!

If you missed, please check out their wedpage for further information:

Happy Friday!

~Nicole Haller

Career Fair

Need some more tips for before, during, and after you go to the Career Fair. Check out the small bulletin board with a small check lists to help you have a successful Career Fair. The Schedule is also up there. If you are contemplating on going…. there is a list of why the Career Fair is an excellent opportunity.


Check it out!

~Nicole & Ryan